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TABLE OP CONTENTS SIMMONS COLLEGE 

Senior Section 2 300 The Fen Way 

Residence Life 40 Boston, Massachusetts 

Activities 52 ' 

Organizations 64 Volume 82 

Sports 84 -| QQ-i 

Faculty 104 ±yy ± 

City Life 118 

Ads 126 




The black steel gates swing open and the 
sidewalk shines. The city is at our hands; 
Boston, a unique city. A city so diverse — 
education, commerce, culture and entertainment 
create an energetic atmosphere. Boston offers a 
rich environment where experience is learning. 
We open our doors to the vigor and bustle; 
museums, theaters, lectures, clubs, music. Great 
opportunities surround us, what we grasp 
depends on what we reach; we decide. 




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We at Simmons College take advantage of 
our resources, beyond the swinging campus 
gate. We extend; we reach to the outside 
community through volunteer work and integrate 
into the city's workforce through internships. 
Thanks to the single sex learning environment we 
stand up for ourselves, and thus stand out in the 
world. We each have individual skills and talents 
that complement the diversity of Boston. We 
distinguish ourselves by making that extra effort 
to challenge the mind, to strive for the better. 





The classroom ignites our curiosity and 
strenghtens our will. The students at 
Simmons College encourage each other, and 
work from each other's interests and motivation. 
We generate an atmosphere of respect and 
understanding; we have honor, thus we create a 
natural and supportive environment. We 
recognize the importance of each individual's 
contribution to the class and promote individual 
ideas, classroom discussion, and workshops. 




WHe, as the individual women of Simmons 
College, create a diverse community. We 
have self confidence and career sense, yet we 
originate from all over the world. We develop 
ourselves by engaging in our changing 
environment. Our differences accent our self 
worth, and our value combines to make a 
common good; the unique Simmons College 
experience. 





The Simmons College class of 1991 is 
ready to set out and make their mark on 
the world. The education they have 
received at Simmons has put them one 
step ahead of the rest, giving them the 
skills and confidence they need to 
succeed. This class distinguishes itself 
from the rest with its enthusiasm, 
optimism and concerns for the future. 



Katie Blair working her hardest in the admissions office. 




Seniors 



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Alenor Larisa Abdal-Khallag 

Elementary Education/Human 

Services 

4A Herman Street 

Boston, MA 02119 



Susan Allen 

84 Sunny Brook Drive 
Manchester, CT 06040 
Nursing 



Kristin M. Armstrong 

Women's Studies/American 

Studies 

388 Spring Street 

Manchester, CT 06040 



Melenie Janlne Assad 

Management/ Advertising 
22 Revere Street 
Brocton, MA 02401 






Alicia Ursula Back 

Communications/Graphic 

Design 

87 Bayview Avenue 

Northport, NY 11768 



Michelle A. Ballargeon 

Management/Marketing 
P.O. Box 737 
Slatersville, RI 02876 



Jennifer Mae Baker 

Biology /Chemistry 
5 Pearl Street 
Augusta, ME 04330 



Kelli Hayes Baron 

Physical Therapy 
15 Shelley Road 
Holland, PA 18966 




Cynthia E. Bast 

Human Services 
120 Pheasant Run 
Wilton, CT 06897 



Alice Baum 

Physical Therapy 
Star Route Box 569 
Bristol, NH 03222 



Pamela Anne Beaudoln 

Political Science 
205 Great Road 
North Smithfield, CT 02895 



Lynne Berger 

Graphic Design 
1 Salem Street 
Swampscott, MA 01907 





Adrienne Berkley 



Susan Berqoudian 

248 Washington Street 
Belmont, MA 02178 



Debora Ellen Bernstein 

Finance 

7032 Buxton Terrace 

Bethesda, MD 20817 



Jennifer Sue Bernstein 

Political Science 

1585 Highland Avenue 

Rochester, NY 14618 




Amy Elizabeth Binet 

Accounting 

415 Howard Street 

Northboro, MA 01532 







Kathleen M. Blair 

Human Services 

43 Cedar Ridge Drive 

Farmington, CT 06032 



Andrea M. Blais 

Physical Therapy 
10 Sparhawk Lane 
Cumberland, ME 04021 



Victoria Blais 

Political Science /English 
26 Lamonte Street 
Manchester, NH 03104 



Beth A Blake 

Communications 

5 Dodge Place 

Grosse Pointe, MI 48230 



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Petrulz Bletsis 




Robyn Biomquist 




Astrid Boesze 



Candice Ann Boudreau 

Physical Therapy 
28 Deerfield Terrace 
Rochester, MA 02770 



Nicole Bowen 




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Melissa Jean Brenton 

Public Relations/French 
131 Thurston Street 
Riverside, RI 02915 




Amy "Higgs" Bride 

English 

12 Hidden Road 

Andover, MA 01810 



Lesley R. Bright 

Biology/Education 
24 Curtis Road 
Revere, MA 02151 



Kathryn M. Brown 

Communications 
2 Eastwood Drive 
Wilbraham, MA 01095 




Ann Elizabeth Bulkley 

Economics/Finance 
68 Crestveiw Drive 
Holden, MA 01520 




Susan ne E. Bulson 

Management 

8 Old Pine Swamp Road 

Cumberland, Rl 02864 



Stephanie Burke 

Spanish 

515 Mill Street Exit 

Lancaster, MA 01523 



Paula Calareso 

Nursing 

6 Arthur Road 

Wakefield, MA 01880 




Sophie Cannon 



Catharene Cargill 

English 

52 Purchase Street 

Newbury port, MA 01950 



Amy Coes 



Tara R. Carey 

Education 

58 Old Ridge Road 

New Milford, CT 06776 




Tammy Ceriqliz 



Melissa Carp 



Klmberly Ann Casey 

Psychology 

P.O. Box 288 

Rye Beach, NH 03871 



Francesca Castagroli 






Heather M. Chiasson 

Finance 

427 Main Street 

Waltham, MA 02154 



Elizabeth Ann Chipman 

Physical Therapy 
64 Pleasant Drive 
Bridgewater, Ma 02324 



Liza Cluthe 

Public Relations/Spanish 
860 Pine Court 
Naples, FL 33940 



Sharon R. Cohen 

Elementary Education 
Rt 1 Box 764 
Forest, VA 24551 






Nadia Michele Cohn 

Sociology 

1 Winwood Drive 

Englewood, CO 80110 



Dawn Comeau 



Kimberly Ann Coombs 

Mathematics 

24 Heywood Street 

Worchester, MA 01604 



Julie R. Costa 

Physical Therapy 
16 Laurel Street 
Somerville, MA 02143 




Janet Lee Crawford 

Nutrition 

16 Madison Avenue 

Winchester, MA 01890 




Lara Cronin 



Edwin Daly 



Phyllis J. Das 

English 

10 Otis Place 2A 

Boston, MA 02108 



Denise L.E. Davis 

Management 
P.O. Box 110 
Flatts FL07 Bermuda 




Kathleen Linda Davis 

Elementary Education 
66 Quaker Farms Road 
Southbury, CT 06488 




Michelle Davis 




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Shelia Depasquale 



Karina M. Dickson 

Political Science 

127 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 

Bte #14 

Brussels 1050 Belgium 



Christina Vitale DILibero 

Finance/Management 

71 Lubec Street 

East Boston, MA 02128 



Stephanie DiMario 

Advertising/Communications 
67 Avonridge 
Avon, CT 06001 




Jana A. Dombrowski 

Finance 

22 Dalton Street 

Newburyport, MA 01950 



Hadley Donaldson 




Hartley "Nikki" Doyle 

Computer Science/Management 

Barbados 

West Indies 




Erin Michel! Duffy 

Retail Management 
21 Deborah Lane 
Braintree, MA 02184 





Fjola Maria Duncan 

Nursing 

1090 Beacon Street Apt 1-B 

Brookline, MA 02146 



Elizabeth Amy Dunsker 

Sociology/Women's Studies 
145 Carverdale Drive 
Rochester, NY 14618 



Krlstine Dyment 



Meredith Eldelhoch 

Psychology 

6 Old Willow Road 

New Hartford, NY 13413 



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Dawn Marie Elwood 

English/Communications 
375 Franlkin Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Christine Encober 



Christina L. Emerson 

Communications/ Advertising 
72 Westside Drive 
Exeter, NH 03833 



Megan Evans 

Psychology 

14 Meeting House Hill Road 

Mason, NH 03048 






Stella A Fappiano 

Chemistry/ Pharmacy 
140 Cloudland Road 
North Haven, CT 06473 



Stephanie Lynn Feig 

American History 
4647 Farmington Road 
Toledo, OH 43623 



Margaret Jane Fenderson 

Acounting 

17 Stony Ridge Road 

Cumberland Foreside, ME 

04110 



Kirstin Flelschman 

Sociology/Human Services 
42 Ball Street 
Northborough, MA 01532 





Siobhan Foley 



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Nancy Fox 



Kathryn Beth Frary 

Psychology/Education 

Robin's Nest Farm 

RR #1 Box 156 

North Clarendon, VT 05759 



Sonya Freshman 




Paula Jean Gahagan 

Management 

59 Abington Avenue 

Peabody, MA 01960 



Leslie Carole Ganlm 

Pshchology 

41 Willard Circle 

Westwood, MA 02090 



Bethany Marie Garceau 

History 

384 Vine Street 

Pawtucket, RI 

02861 



Audra Ruth Garling 

English/Political Science 
91 Murry Avenue 
Goshen, NY 10924 




Laurie Beth Garvin 

Management 

6 Meadowwood Drive 

Scarboro, ME 04Q74 




Robin Gatzke 



Tracy Gibson 



Jaqueline Gilfol! 



Rachel J. Glaser 

Comparative Literature 
26 Lake Road 
Newtown, CT 06470 




Melanie Heather Glore 

History/ Education 
49 Willow Lane 
Saugalito, CA 94965 




Megan Gondek 




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Elizabeth Gonsky 

Psychology 

242 West Concord Lane 

Chicago, IL 60614 



Darcy Gordon 



Kathryn L. Gorskl 

Biology 

249 Metacomet Drive 

Kensington, CT 06037 



Michelle Lee Goyette 

Nursing 

33 Heritage Lane 

Westfield, MA 01085 




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Francesea Gagliardi 



Michelle Goyette 



Dorthea Grant 



Amy Elizabeth Gray 

Art History/Arts 

Administration 

73 A Sesmere Avenue 

Delmar, NY 12054 




Anne Elizabeth Gray 

Advertising 

28 Webber Ave 

Bath, ME 04530 



Anne Griffith 



Georgia Grigoriadis 

Finance/International 

Management 

35 Laderslipper Drive 

Dennis, MA 02638 



Rebecca Handelman 



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Susan Harper 



Lisa M. Hay 

Accounting 

148 Hard wick Pond Road 

Ware, ME 01082 



Denlse S. Haynes 

Management 

274 Putnam Avenue 

Cambridge, MA 02139 



Caroline Lee Hendrickson 

French 

22315 91st Place SW 

Vashon, WA 98070 




Heather Hewitt 



Arpie E. Highgas 

Nutrition 

11 Driftwood Lane 

Lynnfield, MA 01940 




Terri Ann Hilton 

Communications/ Advertising 
300 Inverness Lane 
Longmeadow, MA 01106 



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Amy Horstmann 




Elizabeth Howe 



Meredith L. Hutter 

International Management 
1455 Princeton Drive 
Bethlehem, PA 18017 



Enna Elizabeth Jimenez 

Computer Science/Spanish 
19 Bradlee Street #2 
Dorchester, MA 02121 



Kimberely Jo Jones 

Political Science/Math 
HCR 68 Box 363 
Hayes, SD 57537 



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Mercury Judson 

Elementary Education 

Edge Lea Beach 

South Lyme, CT 06376 



Patty A Kakridas 

International Business/French 
87 Amfitritis Street 
Athens 17562 Greece 



Caren Jennifer Karp 

Elementary Education 
103 Angelica Drive 
Framingham, MA 01701 



Jennifer Kearney 




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Beth Kenniston 



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Anita Kirhani 



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Lisa Ann Kuta 

Physical Therapy 
14 Cee-Jay Terrace 
Wrentham, MA 02093 



Kristin Kuminskas 




Susan Lee La Duke 

History 

162 Chestnut Street 

Brookline, MA 02146 




Lara Louise Lallier 

Advertising/Public Relations 
170 Church Street 
Newington, CT 06111 




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Kimberlyann Lamothe 

Public Relations 

130 Commonwealth Avenue #3 

Allston, MA 02134 



Heather Joy Langel 

Graphic Design 
4 Tanger Drive 
Livingston, NJ 07039 



Katherine Larson 

Advertising 

71 Livingston Avenue 

Valhalla, NY 10595 




Patrice Lattrell 

English/Communications 
134 Western Circle 
Westfield, MA 01085 




Lindsey Alexis Laub 

Management/Finance 
1025 Welsh Road 
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 



Suzanne Leary 



Carrie Lee 



Grace Lee 




Carolyn R Letter 

Chemistry 

12 Ch. Jean Portier 

1255 Veyrier Switzerland 



Kelly Lohnes 

Physical Therapy 
1 Gilbert Street 
Waterville, ME 04901 



Martha MacLeod 

Chemistry 

41 Drexel Drive 

Chelmsford, MA 01863 



Melissa M. Madden 

Economics/International 

Relations 

119 Beacon Street 

Boston, MA 02116 



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Sarah Madden 



Tahira Elizabeth Malik 

Public Relations 
93 Elm Street 
Gardner, MA 01440 



Susan Joan Malinowski 

Physics 

188 East Street 

Easthampton, MA 01027 



Patricia Anna Malvestuto 

Psychology 

35 Plymouth Street 

Qutncy, MA 02169 






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Ann Michele Malvln 

Elememtary Education 
1025 Burnet Avenue 
Union, NJ 07083 



Paula L. Marcoux 

Boilogy 

2 Remicks Lane 

Kittery, ME 03704 



Beth Rachel Margolis 

English/Communications 
20 Clinton Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 



Lynda Maria 






Kari Mariani 



Jennifer M. Matrundola 

Economics/Management 
19 South Gateway 
Winchester, MA 01890 



Monette Judy Matthew 

Psychology 

P.O. Box 449 Kingshill 

St. Croix, USV1 00850 



Valerie Ann Mayo 

Retail Management 
226 Great Plain Avenue 
Needham, MA 02192 



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Allison McCann 

Physical Therapy 
16 Gettysbury Street 
Woburn, MA 01801 




Elizabeth Ann McEvoy 

English 

21 Bouchard Drive 

Brunswick, ME 04011 



Deidre McHugh 



Marie Elena Mestre 

Retail Management 
7451 SW 165 Terrace 
Miami, FL 33157 




Katerina Maria Michaels 

Biology 

33 Little Oak Lane 

Rocky Hill, CT 06067 



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Yoko Mikami 

Communications 

2-3-3 Chishirodai - Kita, Chiba 

City, Chiba 

280 Japan 



Stacy Lyn Miller 

Retail Management 
214 Main Street 
Binghamton, NY 13905 



Chikake Hiyata 



Mitra Mokhtarzadeh 




Jacqueline Sue Montgomery 

International 
Relations/Ecnomics 
246 Louise Avenue 
Bellevue, OH 44811 




Karen E. Morris 

Accounting 

25 Michael Way 

Andover, MA 01810 




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Carri Anne Mullaney 

Graphic 

Design/Communications 
13 New Castle Street 
Concord, NH 03301 




Kristen Faith Mullaney 

Accounting 

27 Hyler Street 

Thompson, ME 04861 




Melissa Murrell 



Stacy Myhre 




Julie Lara Neubauer 

Communications/Women's 

Studies 

29 Spring Street 

Springfield, MA 01105 




Stephanie Jill Neuschatz 

Retail Management 
756 Northfield Road 
Lunenbury, MA 01462 



Lisa Nissenbaum 




Mary E. Nytnan 

Management 
12, Cooke Street 
Providence, RI 02906 




Kelly O'Lone 




Alison Ousey 




Sharon Oxman 



Lisa Ann Pacheo 

Economics/International 

Relations 

5 Jarvis Avenue 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 



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Julie Lynn Palo 



Courtney Marie Pangione 

Psychology 

52 Pleasant Street 

North Andover, MA 01845 



Michele Panik 

Physical Therapy 
21 Long Hill Road 
Windsor, CT 06095 



Valerie 1. Parven 

Severe Special Needs 

7 Hollister Drive 

West Hartford, CT 06117 





Lucy Pastore 



Kara Ann Pernice 

Public Relations 
3 Shirley Street 
Holbrook, MA 02343 



Marie A. Perry 

Psychology/Human Services 
162 South Street 
Hanson, MA 02341 



Dawn Marie Petrucci 

Physical Therapy 
88 Squires Road 
Madison, CT 06443 





Kimberly Pettengil 

Psychology 

26 Lighthouse Way 

Darsen, CT 06820 



Kathleen Pillion 

Education/Political Science 
123 Heritage Drive 
Glastonbury, CT 06033 



Laura Pitkin 



Kimberly Ann Plakias 

Physical Therapy 
679 Barry Street 
Feeding Hills, MA 01030 



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Deanna S. Plate 

Communications 
694 Blairshire Circle 
Winter Park, FL 32972 



Lisa (Denise) Pollack 

Psychology 

7 Sevlane Road 

Newton Centre, MA 02159 



Kimberly Ann Pooler 

Physical Therapy 
Cushman Road Box 3590 
Winslow, ME 04901 



Christian Pope 

Public 

Relations/Communication 
62 West River Parkway 
North Providence, Rl 02904 





Alicia A. Potter 

English/Communications 
15 Park Street 
Mattapiosett, MA 02739 




Kimberly Pressman 

Communications/English 

1561 Amalfi Drive 

Pacific Pallisades, CA 90272 




Constance G. Price 

Management 
52 North Street 
Lexington, MA 02173 



Tia M. Priolo 

Political Science 
120 Avondale Road 
Westerely, RI 02891 



Laura Lee Proulx 

Physical Therapy 
5 Gilbert Street 
Waterville, ME 04901 



Katherlne Eliot Pugh 

Finance/Management 
53 Boxwood Avenue 
Cranston, RI 02910 




Felicia Raffaele 

Physical Therapy 
17 Old Farm Road 
Reading, MA 01867 




Teresa Raso 



Gwynne Reynolds 



Holly L. Richardson 

Nursing 

21 Lincoln Street 

Waltham, MA 02154 




Nancy Doreen Richardson 

Communications 
319 Thomaston Road 
Watertown, CT 06795 




Anne-Marie Risavy 

Economics 

1248 Belleville Road 

Caseyville, IL 62232 



Chrysa Astrea Roach 

Nursing/Sociology 
Wildes District Road 
Kennebunkport, ME 04046 







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Kerry J. Rochford 

Communications/Sociology 
1 Dexter Avenue 
Newport, NH 03773 




Karen Anne Rossi 

International Relations/Political 

Science 

45 Hawthorne Street 

Longmeadow, MA 01106 




Lisa Jill Rudzlnsky 

Nursing/Biology 
416 Katahdin Drive 
Lexington, MA 02173 



Michelle Ann (Meacy) Roy 

Physical Therapy 
121 Silver Street 
Waterville, ME 04901 



Michelle R. Roy 



Barbara Jean Ryan 

Physical Therapy 
16 Parkview Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 



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Rebecca Elise Ryan 

Nutrition 

123 Willow Street 

Bass River, MA 02664 



Ton! L. Sabetta 

Physical Therapy 
12 Lowe Street 
Quincy, MA 02196 



Elise Sandrib 

Graphic Design/French 
10 Laurel Road 
Demarest, NJ 07627 



Amy L. Scheele 

Physical Therapy/Philosophy 

48 Main Street 

South Berwick, ME 03908 





Anna Emmet Schulman 

Management/Economics 
24 Meltiah Road 
Falmouth, MA 02540 



Yurika Sebata 

Mathematics 

3-11 Higashi-Kishimachi 

Urawa, Saitama 336 Japan 



Mari Carmen Serrano 



Lisa Margaret Shanholtzer 

Comparative Literature 
5300 Roosevelt Street 
Bethesda, MD 20814 




Julie Estelle Silard 

Communications/English 
1511 34th Street SW 
Washington, DC 20007 



Jill A. Simpson 

Economics 

22 Donald Avenue 

Holden, MA 01520 



Terri Lynn Smith 

Physical Therapy 

Smith Road 

Mars Hill, ME 04758 



Alana Marie Soracco 

Accounting/Management 
54 Sleigh Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 



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Susan Browning Stedman 

Food Service Management 
982 Wordens Pond Road 
Wakefield, RI 02879 



Christine Steinmetz 

Political Science/Spanish 
375 Brimfield Road 
Wethersfield, CT 06109 



Meredith Stick 

Economics/Political Science 

9 Margie Road 

East Brunswick, NJ 08816 



Kristin Stiles 





Dawn M. Stiliha 

Finance 

140 Silver Lane 

Stratford, CT 06497 




Lucci Suarez 

Chemistry/Pharmacy 
5813 Hayes Drive NW 
Alburquerque, NM 87120 



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Donna Marie Surabian 

Boilogy 

88 Cypress Street 

Watertown, MA 02172 



Bainy Suri 

Economics/Philosophy 



Kirsten Sussebach 

Severe Special Needs 
Education/Human Services 
Rostockerstr 48 
6600 Saarbrucken 3. 
West Germany 



Lori Jennifer Svetkey 

Management 

158 Longhill Road 

Franklin, MA 02038 




Amy Thurston 

Communications 



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Diane Helen Tolan 

Communications/ American 

Studies 

500 Half Mile Road 

Southport, CT 06490 



Resa J. Tolin 

Early Childhood 

47 Weaver Lane Box 338 

Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 



Kathleen Anne Touldey 

English/Spanish 
24 Foley Road 
Hingham, MA 02043 



Kimberley A. Tracy 

Physical Therapy 
5 Lamplight Circle 
Natick, Ma 01760 




Laura Fran Turk 

Physical Therapy 
10 Valerie Drive 
Vernon, CT 06066 



Amy Veil 

English 



Elizabeth Marie vanWilgen 

Physical Therapy 
16 Applewood Road 
Branford, CT 06405 



Alev Elizabeth Volkan 

International Relations/Spanish 
1909 Stillhouse Road 
Charlottesville, VA 22901 




Alexis Nartig Voulgaris 

Psychology 

16 Beasom Street 

Nashua, NH 03060 



Christel Ellen Wennberg 

Economics 

7 Oakridge Drive 

Wilbraham, MA 01095 



Amy Catherine Wenzler 

Graphic Design 

117 Underwood Road 

Williamsbury, VA 23185 



Shelley Lynn Wexler 

Communications 

75 South Saxton Avenue 

Bay Shore, NY 11706 



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Margo White 

English 

17 John Avenue 

Waterville, ME 04901 



Elizabeth Williams 

Art History/Psych 



Whitney Williams 



Rachel N.J. Wlmberly 

English/Communications 
35 Eldridge Road 
Boston, MA 02130 




Debra E. Winetsky 

Elementary Education 
815 Ainsworth Street 
Linden, NJ 07036 






Erin Christina Wright 

Art History/English 
24 Tamarack Place 
Wilton, CT 06897 



Vanessa Wright 

Advertising 



Wendy Lynne Wirtz 

Advertising 
RR#2 Box 347K 
Waukee, Iowa 50263 




Amy Marie Yacus 

Graphic Design/Advertising 
50 Appleton Road 
Nantucket, MA 02554 




Pamela Young 



Deidre Ann Zepf 

Economics/Computer Science 
25A Donnell Street 
Cambridge, MA 02138 



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LATE-COMERS 






Madeline Lee, Pampel 
Political Science / French 
25 Montgomery Lane 
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 



Hadley Donaldson 






Patricia Festino 



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Congratulations 
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A TRIBUTE TO 



Quotes compiled by Jill Harmacinski 

"I am afraid. We all are. We know what we have to do and how to do it. Just stand 

behind us." 

-Jeannie Novak, 1989 graduate, sister of Dena Novak, 2nd Lt. Army 



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"War affects us all whether you know someone or not ... if we give up on them they 
are going to give up on us." 
-Nadine Beshere, graduate student 



"We were outside at the time that the sirens went off. Only moments after that we 
heard the explosions and saw the flashes of light (almost directly overhead) where the 
SCUDs were intercepted by the Patriots. We felt the concussions of the blast and a few 
miles away at another base they received some shrapnel from the missiles. This war 
shit is no fun! You asked if I knew what we were doing over here. No I don't think 
that I do. I would like to believe that our sole intention is to get Kuwait back for its 
people but I'm a little more realistic than that." 
-Marine Sgt. Steve Cavin, stationed in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia i\l 






"I would rather pay $2 a gallon (for gas) for the rest of my life and have him safe with 
me. t^ 

-Terri Smith, senior, girlfriend of Naval Officer Matthew MacLeafi 



"I am standing behind my troops, my President and my flag." 
-Kimberly Lyn Pressman, Editorial Editor Simmons News 

"If I gotta go, then I gotta go. That's why I enlisted (to serve my country). If I am 
called to go, and I have to go to the Persian Gulf, then I'm ready to support what our 
soldiers are doing." 
-Victor Wilcher, Simmons staff, US Navy Reservist 

"It's scary . . ; I don't think that any parent wants to see their child go to war. I know 

she has to go if she is called." 

-Gretchen Abendschan, mother of sophomore Kari Abendschan, a US Army Reservist 

"After returning home today, I found myself again listening to the news of the war and 
to the President's remarks at a reserve officers' banquet. At least a dozen times I heard 
the statement, 'My friends this will not be another Vietnam.' I couldn't help but saying 
to myself, "Mr. President this seems a lot like another Vietnam." 
-Charlotte Morocco, Dean of the College 



THE TROOPS 



"It's made people more aware of not only what's going on in the Middle East but 

with what's going on in the world." 

-Lorraine Anastasio, sophomore class president 

"It's made people think a lot more - it's people's friends and family . . . it's made 
people more aware." 
-Lisa Rudzinsky, senior 

"I think it's terribly upsetting that our troops are over there but I think we need to 
support our troops even if some of us don't always agree with all the policies that 
place them over there." 
-Melissa Murrell, Economics Liaison treasurer 

"I just think it made people a lot more aware. I don't think that anyone ever thought 
we'd go to war during our lifetime. It makes people realize what can happen and 
how much you take for granted." 
-Sheryl Mason, junior, sister of 1st Lt. Patrick H. Mason, US Army 

"I feel that my brother's deployment to Saudi Arabia has brought the conflict a lot 
closer to home for many people at Simmons. The war no longer becomes just 
another political headline, because every day that it continues it has the potential to 
affect me personally." 
-Alicia Potter, senior, sister of Marine Cpl. Caleb Potter 

"War - Does it decide who is right or who is wrong?" 
-Susan Harper, SGA President 

"I strongly believe in the purpose of Desert Storm ... I am not 'Pro- War;' I do not 

like war at all. I pray for peace constantly." 

-Dena Novak, senior, sister of Jeannie Novak, 2nd Lt. US Army 

"I'm a pacifist and I'm against any course of violence. There is always an alternative. 

There is always a peaceful way to solve a problem." 

-Katie Calhoun, founder of Simmons' Women Opposed to War. 



The Microcosm staff would like to 
dedicate the 1991 yearbook to all the 
troops who bravely fought in this war, 
and their families and friends. We are all 
awaiting your safe return! 

Best wishes 

We love you all! 





How many of you out there have ever 
wished your dorm room was just that 
much bigger, or your drawers and shelves 
could hold that much more? Or that the 
walls weren't so thin, and the bathroom 
not so far from your room? But through 
it all, the memories will not soon be 
forgotten. Sharing the trials and 
tribulations of college life with the other 
thirty or more women on your floor 
makes the college experience that much 
better, and it develops friendships that will 
last a lifetime. 



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(Rear) Jennifer Coulter, Jane Fidler, Heidi 
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We apologize to the following departments and 
administrative offices that were not 
photographed: 


Alumnae Office 
Athletics 
Career Resource 
Communications 


Health Center 

Mathematics 

Physical Therapy | 

Political Science 



DIRECTOR 



HOUSEKEEPING 



Joseph Gallon, Director of Housekeeping 





John Conti, Director of Security, Lt. Tony 
El-Zein, Lt. Dennise Spackman 





Even with the city at our doorstep, 
Simmons offers students a great deal of 
incentive to stay on-campus. The Activities 
Programming Board is responsible for 
most of the events that so many students 
attend. From afternoon movies to evening 
club nights, from lectures to balls, and 
from Fall Fest to Spring Spree, APB is 
the moving force behind it all. But let's 
not forget all the dorms that throw parties 
and mixers. It takes everyone to make 
Simmons a fun place to live and learn. 



Who could forget Murph, the physical comedian who tantalized 
us all in Bartol? 



FALL FEST 



Fall Fest Weekend '90 
Thursday, September 13th 
"Bourbon Street- Where You're 

The Star" 
Mike Healy and the Starmakers 

Friday, September 14th 
"Mardi Gras Feast" 
Featuring Murph- The Physical 

Comedian 
"Mardi Gras Masquerade" 
Mask Making 
"Mardi Gras Madness" 
Wild Video Dance Party and 

Casino 
Saturday, September 15th 
"Club Night Mardi Gras Style" 
Comedy and Hypnosis with Frank 

Santos 

All of the activities listed above 
were organized and planned by 
APB. Fall Fest weekend kicked 
off the school year by 
transforming Simmons College 
into the streets of New Orleans. 
It was a great hit and everyone 
participated and enjoyed 
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Heidi Young-"Rosanne Barr would be jealous." 



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Bernadette O'Leary and Jodi Raifstanger at club night in Alumnae Hall. 



Parents Weekend 

On Friday, November 2, parents of Simmons 
students were invited to attend classes, lunch, 
and tea with their daughter. The evening began 
on the right note with a concert performed by 
"Sirens", Simmons' choral group. A welcome 
reception followed with refreshments and the 
opportunity to speak with faculty members. 

Saturday offered swim time, aerobics classes, and 
a parents committee breakfast meeting. Following 
the State of the College Address were faculty 
forums and the chance to tour Boston for the 
afternoon. Parents and students then took part in 
a wild murder mystery entitled "Shear Madness" 
at the Charles Playhouse. 

The weekend's events closed on Sunday with 
brunch at the home of the President and Mrs. 
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Mother Daughter weekend, held from November 
30 to December 2, is a Simmons tradition for 
seniors and their mothers to get together and 
share some special moments with each other. 
Mothers were invited to join their daughters at 
receptions at the Trustman Art Gallery and 
Lafayette Hotel. They also spent time at the 
"Lazerium Zodiac" show and "Blue Planet" 
presentation at the Museum of Science. While 
squeezing in time to tour Boston, the pairs also 
delighted in seeing a beautiful performance of 
"The Nutcracker" at the Wang Center for the 
Performing Arts. 





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Winter Weekend was filled with 
exciting events and surprises. It 
began on Thursday, February 7th 
with a dinner hosted by the APB. 
The Monels, an Acappella singing 
group performed at Quadside 
that evening also. Alumnae Hall 
held "Club Night" with three 
comedians putting on their show. 
The 10th Annual Valentine's Ball 
took place at the Sheraton Hotel 
on Saturday night filled with 
balloons, dancing, and an 
unexpected engagement! Finally, 
on Sunday Bartol Hall was the 
scene for "Jazz Brunch." 




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Father/Daughter Weekend was 
held from February 22 - 24 and 
was a chance for fathers of 
Simmons seniors and sophomores 
to have fun with their daughters. 
On Friday, fathers saw the 
serious side of their daughters 
while attending their classes. 
Watch out though! The annual 
Father/Daughter Ball was filled 
with laughter, smiles, and great 
dance steps! The weekend came 
to a close with a reception on 
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There are many extra-curricular clubs 
and liaisons active within the Simmons 
community. For almost every interest a 
student may have, there is an organization 
for her. Through interaction with their 
peers and members of the faculty, 
students at Simmons have the opportunity 
to grow and learn outside the classroom 
environment. 



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The Sirens perform at Bartol Brunch. 




LiaUotU 



Each academic department here at Simmons has a liaison. Although each of these groups is uniquely different, they 
all serve as a link between the faculty and students. One of the most important functions of these liaisons is to 
record the information obtained from evaluations completed by students at the end of each semester. However, this 
is not where their involvement ends. 



Liaisons actively support many other events as well. To raise money, many of the liaisons sponsor vendors and 
hold bakesales and they often invite guest speakers to give lectures to members of the Simmons Community and 
beyond. Additionally, they hold Open Houses which enable students to converse with faculty in a more informal 
setting. 

Liaisons play a big role in students' lives here at Simmons by helping to maintain a personable atmosphere and 
providing valuable pools of knowledge for students from any major. 



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Wright 

BIOLOGY L To R: Katerina Michaels, Amy Coes, Kathy Gorski, Keely Bumsted Missing: Denise 

Caruso, Donna Surabian, Lesley Bright, Michele Casoli 

CHEMISTRY Back Row: Len Soltzberg, Jim Piper, Linda Wolf, Carolyn Letter Front Row: Lucci 

Suarez, Jennifer Baker, Stella Fappiano Amy Bowers, Michele Casoli Missing: Martha MacLeod, Ki 

Hartmann, Jerry Bell 

COMMUNICATIONS L to R: Christy Emerson (President), Kitty Wilson, Alison Ousey (Secretary) 

Sitting: Nancy Carroll (Professor Advisor) Missing: Amy Yacus (Vice-Pres), Leah Goldman 

(Treasurer), Sharon A. Steinberg, Shahira Malik, Rebecca Feuer, Maryan Keamaty (Publicity 

Director), Kari Murray, Jill Cohen 

ECONOMICS L to R: Meredith Stide (President), Melissa Murrell (Treasurer), Anne-Marie Risavy, 

Lynda Ann Maria, Becki Glucksman (Secretary), Christel Wennberg (Vice-Pres), Stacy Sittard 

EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES L to R: Holly Deming, Melanie Glore Missing: Michele Davis, 

Hadley Donaldson, Karen Martinelli, Jenifer Merril, Debra Adler, Alenor Abdal-Khallaq, Karen 

Szweczyk, Siobhan Foley, Lisa Stoler, Jenifer Clary, Sharon Cohen 

ENGLISH L to R: Crystal Condakes, Darcy Gorden, Gina Portella, Lisa Shanholtzer, Johanna 

Knowles, Sara Madden, Erin Wright 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE L to R: Tammi Colangelo, Karen Bliss, Alev Volkan (Vice-Pres), Andrea 

Cote (President), Stephanie Meyer Missing: Christina Libertini (Treasurer), Lisa Cluthe, Tina 

Steinmetz (Secretary), Stephanie Burke 

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Back Row: Melissa D. Long, Shawna Connelly Front Row: 

Bronwyn Knight, Mica E. Kreutz, Karen Bliss 

MANAGEMENT L to R: Amy Horstmann, Katerine Pugh (Senior Rep.), Connie Price, Jennifer 

Matiundola (Secretary), Lucy Pastore (President), Georgia Grigoriadis (Treasurer) Missing: Christina 

Dilibero (Vice President), Senior Reps: Suzanne Bulson, Meredith Rosenberg, Maria Paradis, Junior 

Reps: Shannon Holmes Sophomore Reps: Rahima Nanji, Michelle Grenier Fundraiser Committee: 

Jill Chiara, Anna lantosca 

MATHEMATICS Back Row: Julie Merrill, Brigitta Peterson (Co-President), Jen Merrill Front Row: 

Meredith Inacker Missing: Laura McKnight (Co-President), Chris Schindler (Secretary), Sharice 

Smith (Treasurer) 

NURSING Back row: Holly Richardson, Kelly O'Lone, Michelle Goyette, Susan Allen, Mitra 

Mokhtarzadeh Front row: Lisa Rudzinsky, Paula Calareso 

NUTRITION L to R: Susan Bergoudian (Treasurer), Ellen Kanertsky, Jane Griffin, Gail Christine 

(Vice-Pres), Heather-Jeanne Cowap (President) Missing: Jina Dayab (Secretary) 

PHILOSOPHY L to R: Amy J. Fedeli (President), Danielle Jonklis (Treasurer), Ann Weisensee 

(Vice-Pres) Missing: Amy Schecle (Secretary) 

POLITICAL SCIENCE L to R: Melissa Haddad, Laura Pitkin, Christine Steinmetz, Jennifer 

Bernstein Missing: Victoria Blais, Brandy Herget 

PRINCE RETAIL 

PSYCHOLOGY L to R: Bryna Lakin, Judy Matthew, Mette Perkins, Fern Klapper Missing: Pam 

Gitten 

SOCIOLOGY 

TRANSFER Back Row: Elizabeth Dean, Dianna Shaw, Lisa Schroeder Front Row: Kim Latorraca, 

Melissa Kennedy (President) Missing: Lisa Starzyk (Treasurer), Michelle Audette (Vice-Pres.), 

Allyson Gandy, Lisa Lenfestey, Karin Rosvall, Laura Baker, Darcie Gomes, Vita Chiarenga, Lisa 

Nicole, Brandy Herget, Allyse Frieswick 




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Back Row: liana Isakov, Carolyn Baril, Heather 
Ruth, Sheryl Mason, Kara Pernice, Kathy Larson 
Front Row: Carla Caballero-Jackson, Alana Soracco, 
Paula Gahagan, Carolyn If ill, Royletta Romain, Stacy 
Jeffries 




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Back Row: Carla Caballero-Jackson, Nancy Spofford, 
Nikki Snetsky, Rachel Mark, Michelle Grenier Front 
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Back Row: Allison Cobb, Venessa Vanaalst (Editor), 
Amy Marino, Anh-Doa Kolbe Front Row: Joanne Mar- 
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L to R: Amy Wenzler, Kim Pressman, DeeDee Plate, 
Dawn Elwood, Jill Harmacinski, Diane Tolan, 
Maryam Keramaty, Tahira Malik, Shelly Wexler, Jill 
Cohen, Leah Goldman Missing: Lisa Woolfork, 
Christian Pope, Patrice Latrell, Jeanne Pernice, 
Michelle St. Pierre, Michelle Roy, Christa Garubo, 
Christine Shannon, Sheila De Pasquale 



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Suzanne Arick, Melissa Mac, David Chack Front 
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Suzanna Lee, So Yuk Wong, Margaret Chin, Rahima 
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1st row: Carol Hill (Advisor), Sonja 
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Karen Striebeck (Stage Manager), 
Stephanie Crane, Evelyn Perry, 
Elizabeth Scott, Katrina Raymond, 
Deborah Marino 2nd row: Bob Ingari 
(Conductor), Bhavani Badhey 
(Secretary), Karen Bliss, Kelli Walton, 
Katherine Robinson, Lynn Higgins, 
Mollie Phillabaum, Kanae Togi (Pianist) 
3rd row: Courtney Larson, Audrey 
Schindler (President), Meredith 
Inacker, Paula Marcoux, Jennifer 
Samson, Maria Dixon, Lisa 
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Barbara Kondilis (President), Jonna 
Antonatris (Social Chair) Missing: 
Petroula Bletsis (Vice-Pres), Fanoula 
Georgopoulos (Secretary of 
Recordings), Maria Vagianos (Secretary 
of Correspondence), Desssa Sfikas 
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row: Fadia Azzi (Treasurer), Anick 
Vorbe (SOA Rep.) 3rd row: Nathalie 
Acra (Secretary) 



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L to R: Enna Jimenez (President), 
Katrina Raymond (Phone 
Chairwoman), Lorena Martinez 
(Secretary), Marisol Monzon 
(Treasurer) Missing: Darcy Brito (Vice- 
Pres), Kimberly Craighead (SGA Rep.), 
Maria Isabel Gomez (Social Chair), Liza 
Acevedo (Admissions Rep.) 




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Amy Wolk (President) Missing: There 
are ten official LBA members who are 
active and attend meetings, but fear of 
recognition does not allow them to be 
present in this photo. 



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1st row: Dorene Pepin, Christine 
Steinmetz, Catherine Brady, Diana 
Kaschub 2nd row: Quinnie Tieu 
(Secretary), Debbie Kessler (President), 
Michelle Audette Missing: Karina 
Dickinson (Vice-Pres), Karen Sweigart 
(Treasurer), Mica Kreutz, Aliisa Gray, 
Kristen Childs, Suzanne Freedman 



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Photo 

Available 



£uusmU T^dtkieao Society 



L to R: Christine Woody, Merredith 
McArthur, Amy Simons, Deana Burns, 
Angela Coraccio Missing: Vikki 
Spaulding 



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Back Row: Lynnc Civitello, Marya 
Vande, Caitlin Carroll, Jennifer Lipsky, 
Ali Brown (Director), Marne Dustin, 
Shannon Murphy, Jill Cohen Front 
Row: Gretchen Hughes, Heather 
Reese, Jennifer Frost, Cameran 
Clough, Betsy Mull 



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No 

Photo 

Available 



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Student Auuuhm AuociaftoH, 



Back Row: Laura Hermon, Venessa 
Vanaalst (President), Krystine Dyment 
Front Row: Beth Frary, Adria Deasy 
(Vice-Pres), Kim Druyer (Secretary), 
Karen Gordon (Treasurer) 




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L to R: Sonya Thompson, Joanne 
Markow, Cristie Rae Dufault, Jodi 
Wood Missing: Christine McDonald, 
Kathy Gorski, Jessie Muldoon, 
Georgette Young, Robin Eiseman, 
Cessa Karson, Stephani Jones, Nazli 
Gurer, Gerra Harrigan, Kari Murray, 
Katie Calhoun, Heather Hough, Amy 
Coes, Christine Bunham 




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Back Row: Deb DeBrase, Maureen 
MacNeil, Jennifer Winch, Anna 
Schulman, Gwynne Reynolds, Marie 
Perry, Jell Kipnes Front Row: Sue 
Stedman, Nazli Gurer, Audra Garling, 
Susan L. Harper, Heather Chiasson, 
Lorraine Anastasio Missing: Quinnie 
Tieu, Kim Lamothe, Heidi Young 



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The sports center is probably the most 
widely visited and utilized building at 
Simmons, with the library and the 
computer labs coming in at a close 
second. No matter what your interests, 
there will be a place for you at the sports 
center. Whether you like running, 
swimming, dancing, racquetball, squash, 
basketball, or nautilus, the sports center is 
where it's at! 



A Simmons runner works hard to beat the competition. 



SPORTS NEWS 



Eight School Records 
Set At New Englands 



by Diane Tolan 

Editorial Staff 

The seven Simmons swimmers at the New Englands 
this weekend set eight school records as well as many 
personal records. 

The swimmers competed against students from 30 
other schools at Williams College. 

Coach Ann McDermott was excited and pleased 
with the swimmers performance. She mentioned that 
the swimmers performances led to eight new school 
records. 

"The swimmers did a tremendous job," said 
McDermott. "Out of 20 events they did some 
remarkable things." 

McDermott also said she felt the highlight of the 
weekend was the fact that most of the swimmers set 
personal records and improved upon times. For 
instance the 800 yard freestyle team improved 40 
seconds from a meet against Emerson two weeks ago. 

Junior Cari Ragen had her fastest time on the 100 
yard freestyle and came in 47 out of 58. Ragen also 
came in 41 out of 54 in the 100 yard butterfly, along 
with the 50 yard butterfly. 

Ragen is pleased with the team's performance. 
"The team did really well," said Ragen. "There was a 
lot of team spirit." 

Sophomore Diana Kaschub came in 17 out of 35 in 
one meter diving. Junior Kim Bergevin came in 25 
out of 59 in the 100 yard breaststroke (She set also 
the fastest Simmons time for the 200 breastroke). 

For Freshman Erika Nelson, who swam in high 
school, this was her first New Englands competition. 
Nelson had her fastest score in the 500 yard 
backstroke as well as swimming in many other events. 

"The New Englands gives a chance for us to see 
some top-notch teams," said Nelson. "The team was 
very supportive of each other; we all functioned well 
and stuck by each other. That's something you can do 
with a small group fairly easily." 

Freshman Jacqui Chen came in 40 out of 52 in the 
50-yard breastroke. 

Senior Sue Malinowski in her first and last New 
Englands came in 29 out of 32 in the one mile free 
style. 

"The team did amazingly well," said Malinowski. 
"It's just you against the clock and we beat the 
clock." 

Lindy Youngren had a personal best in the 500 
yard freestyle, as well as swimming all the relay's. 

"It was excellent experience," said Youngren. "All 
our hard work paid off. I'm really happy with my 
times and psyched for with how I finished my 
collegiate career." 



Cross Country Runs In 
Regionals 



by Rachel Wimberly 

Staff Reporter 

The Simmons College cross country team 
wrapped up its fall season on Saturday, 
November 10; placing 16th out of the 36 
competing schools at the Division III 
Regionals. 

Senior Dena Novak took 8th place; 
upholding her successful performance 
record this year, and qualifying herself for 
the Nationals which take place November 
17. 

"I was very pleased," said Novak about 
the outcome of the race. "I really wanted 
to make it to the Nationals. It's a nice way 
to end off my four years of running at 
Simmons," she said. 

The team's coach, Eleonora Mendonca, 
also felt the meet went smoothly, and the 
team raced well. "I was really happy with 
everyone's race yesterday," said Mendonca, 
in an interview last Sunday. 

According to Coach Mendonca, the 
Thunderbolts have shown a steady 
improvement since the meets began in mid- 
September. Included in this season's 
victories was their team's taking of third 
place in the MAIAW (Massachusetts 
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for 
Women) State Championship in mid- 
October. 

Team member Lauren Schlapak, a junior, 
said she believed that the Thunderbolts 
worked hard to succeed in this competition, 
but that they enjoyed the challenge. 

"Everybody did really well in all of the 
races, and gave it their best effort. And, we 
just all had a lot of fun too," said 
Schlapak, who placed 24th in the meet. 
Gretchen Eastler came in 146th, and she 
agreed that her team's performance on 
Saturday was solid, and that despite the 
adverse weather conditions that day, the 
Thunderbolts still managed to perform well. 

"It was really cold, wet, rainy, muddy, 
but I think it was a good race to end the 
season," she said. 



Soccer Finishes Season Strong 



by Rachel Gladstone 

Contributing Reporter 

The Simmons soccer team ended its 
season Saturday with a well-deserved win 
over Emerson College, 3-0. 

The Thunderbolts surpassed last 
season's 3-10 record, and finished this 
season with a strong and much improved 
record of 8-8-3. 

The sunny 75 degree Saturday was the 
perfect setting for the final game. With a 
large spectator turnout, the Thunderbolts 
got off to an early lead with a goal from 
a penalty shot by Senior Tri-Captain 
Katie Pillion. 

"Everyone was so pumped up for this 
game, there was no way we were going to 
lose," said Senior Tri-Captain Laurie 
Garvin. 

The second half included two more 
goals by Sophomores Dana Spangler and 
Rachel Gladstone. 

"The encouragement from the fans and 
from within the team itself really made us 
play together, and with a deep sense of 
determination," said Junior Beth Fioretti. 

The win over Emerson marked the 
fourth win in the last five games of the 
season. 

This year's team is losing seven players 



to graduation. 

"I'm really sad it's over, but ending on 
such an upbeat note made it worth it," 
said Senior Alicia Eliscu. 

First year Coach Suzanne Kaplan, who 
led the team through daily practices three 
games a week, is quite proud of the 
team's accomplishments and improved 
record. 

The team had tough games this 
semester against Southern Massachusetts 
University, Bridgewater State, and 
Framingham State. 

"The team really pulled together 
towards the end of the season," said 
Kaplan. 

"Everyone became more in tune with 
each other's playing styles and we 
surprised quite a few unsuspecting 
teams." Senior Kelly Olone agreed. 

"The team has improved one hundred 
percent over last year," said Olone. The 
coach was excellent and she really got the 
team to work well together." 

With the loss of so many seniors this 
year, next year will be a rebuilding 
season. 

"We will have to work extra hard next 
year to improve on such a great record," 
said Sophomore Jenn Mason. "But we 
will do it and have fun at the same time." 



Basketball Finishes Successful Season 



by Diane Tolan 

Editorial Staff 

The basketball team has ended the season with their most successful record since 
the program began six years ago. 

"Our records don't indicate our strength," said Coach Ali Kantor of the 7-13 
record. "We reached a new level in our program." 

What Kantor and the rest of the team consistently point out is that even though 
they lost this year to teams such as MIT, Babson, and Brandeis, Simmons was only 
behind 10 to 15 points. 

Kantor is quick to point out the strengths of the team, especially in non-athletic 
abilities. She uses "highly motivated, hard workers and character" to describe the 
team. She also thinks the team has strong leadership abilities. 

"We have leaders who set examples," said Kantor. 

She points out Freshman Heather Ross, Sophomore Co-Captain Dana Spangler, 
Freshman Victoria Reynolds as floor leaders and Junior Co-Captains Elaine 
Munsen and Linda Zanghetti are excellent captains who show good leadership 
abilities off the floor and at practice. 

"Munsen and Zanghetti stayed with the program," said Kantor. "It's a big 
attribute to them. Those two have worked hard to improve their game and stayed 
with it." 

"I think our record is no indication of our ability," said Zanghetti who played 
guard this semester. "Elaine (Munsen) and I can't believe the difference from 
freshmen year. Now we play well against teams we used to lose to by 40 points. I 
really think our reputation is changing with coaches from other schools." 

Zanghetti thinks one reason the team is improving is that more players are 
coming onto the team with solid high school experience. 

"I think that makes a big difference," said Zanghetti. 

Sophomore Dana Spangler was also satisfied with the season. 



"We had a lot of fun and worked hard," said Spangler who played a forward 
position. 

Spangler had a challenge this year as she was playing a new position. 

"I'm very pleased with how I played," she said. "I played a new position and it 
was difficult to make the adjustment at first." 

Freshman Heather Ross is also excited with how her first season turned out. 

"It was pretty fun and we had the most successful season on record," said Ross. 

"Our strengths were definitely our quickness," observed Ross. "We lacked in size 
but we were very quick and able to run well." 

Statistics: the 1990-91 basketball team 



*the team overall had a record of 7-13 

*they averaged nine steals and 15 rebounds per game 

*allowed only 56 points per game 

*high scorers 

Heather Ross '94 

Deb Spangler '92 

Elaine Munsen '92 

*high rebounder 

Heather Ross '94 



average per game 

15 

11 

9 

14 



miscellaneous 

*Deb Spangler was named to the All-conference team at the Fenway Invitational 
"Heather Ross was named to the all-conference team at the Wheaton Invitational 
as well as 13th in the nation for rebounding among Division III schools. 



CREW 




The 1990-91 Simmon's crew team 
began the season by welcoming two 
new coaches- varsity coach Liz Lambert 
and novice coach Mara Keggi. Liz and 
Mara brought a new enthusiasm to our 
young team. Our reaction was of 
determination, dedication, and most of 
all, appreciation. 

Waking each day before the sun, the 
team faced the challenge of another 
practice. No matter what the weather 
condition their dedication showed, 
knowing that this could only strengthen 
them. Discipline has pushed them to 
work as a team, as well as individuals, 
striving to achieve a common goal. 

The crew team rowed hard through the 
fall racing season rowing in the Textile 
Regatta, Mount Holyoke Invitational, 
the Head of the Charles, M.I.T. 
Invitational, and the Foot of the 
Charles. They will continue to build 
during their winter training, looking 
forward to starting a strong spring 
season. 



Top: Shove in three .... 1, 2, 3 

Middle: Novice receives medals at the Mt. 

Holyoke Regatta 

Bottom: Simmons boat bay including the two 

new Vespolis 




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Senior Christa Garubo awaits the next race 



Simmons Crew crosses the start at the Head of the Charles 




Coach Liz Lambert gives one of her famous pep talks. 



Last minute adjustments before the race. 



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Cross country is a sport that requires a 
specific type of athlete, willing to 
sacrifice their time in order to log the 
miles required to be a successful 
runner. A good deal of strength, speed, 
and stamina is needed in order to 
compete in the 3.1 mile races. Training 
for these races include workouts in a 
variety of settings: hills, track, pool, 
weight room, and long roads ... It is 
a sport that demands total mental and 
physical concentration. 

Dena Novak, top runner on the 
women's cross country team at 
Simmons, was the state champion for 
the 1990 cross country season. She is 
truly a model athlete — balanced in both 
academics and athletics. 



Julie inches ahead of her Wessesley competitor. 





Dena shows her championship style. 



Dena and Lisa anxiously await their upcoming events. 



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Lisa sportin' a winning smile 



Eileen and Eleonor watch their girls from the sidelines. 




Front row (left to right): Kris Myers, Lisa Kuta, Dena Novak. Back row (left to right): Assistant coach Eileen Kelly, Julie Palo, Lauren Schlapak, Gretchen 
Eastler, Coach Eleanor Mendonca. 



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The field hockey team began its season 
with a series of very close and 
frustrating games, progressing to many 
successful and exciting matches. 
Sticking together through the season 
was a reflection of the athletic ability, 
team work, and friendship of each and 
every player. Seniors graduating this 
year are Michelle Goyette, Tara Carey, 
Amy Sheela, and Resa Tolin. With a 
large number of underclasswomen 
returning next fall, Simmons Field 
Hockey will be a strong and 
experienced team that will look 
forward to a winning season. 



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Bottom (left to right): Sarah Harney, Resa Tolin, Tara Carey, Michelle Goyette, Sue Zirin, Stephanie Daigle. Top (left to right): Coach Milan Tyburec, 
Sandy Ardinger, Kali Pratt, Erica Kanzinger, Victoria Reynolds, Becky Proakis, Suzanne Provost, Pricella Kelly, Kathleen Desmond, Amy Sheela, Jennifer 
Gurwin and athletic trainer Marybeth Lamb. 




Senior, Amy, shows her stuff! 



Coach Tyburec and captain Michelle study the game. 



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Sailing 




Small but determined 

Oh, yes indeed 

That is how the Simmons Sailing 

team 
Does plead. 

We raced regattas 
At M.I.T., Tufts, B.U. and Yale 
Our competition was stif 
But still we did sail. 

Heavy air, light air 
Everything in between 
We hung in there 
When things got mean. 

Our coaches are patient 
John and Bruce are just great. 
Always quick with a joke 
If we cross the finish line late. 

With their support, and 

Our ambition we can't go wrong. 

In the spring 

We will sing a victory song. 

When we win that first big 
Regatta you know who will buy the 

beer. 
Bruce you'll have to wear 
That Burger King hat for a year! 



Top left: When in doubt, let it out. 
Top right: Where's the start? 
Bottom: Do we have a bailer? 




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Can you see the mark? 




Coach John, master of the obvious, "It's simple, go faster." 



Cheryl Arnt, Jen Ziepniewski, Krisha Naroski and coach John McCrea, 
SMILE! Missing from photo: Sarah Shapiro 



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Game Schedule 




Soccer Schedule 1990 




9/11 W.P.I. 


A 


9/13 New England College 


H 


9/15 Lasell College 


H 


9/18 Bridge water State 


A 


9/20 Dean Jr. College 


H 


9/27 M.I.T. 


A 


9/29 Framingham State 


A 


10/11 Wellesley 


A 


10/13 S.M.U. 


A 


10/16 B.U. Club 


H 


10/18 Nichols Club 


H 


10/20 Babson 


A 


10/23 Gordon 


A 


10/25 Regis 


A 


10/27 Colby Sawyer 


A 


10/30 WNEC 


H 


11/1 Northeastern Club 


H 




Rachel Gladstone takes it down the field. 



Teamwork. 



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susan Mattia, Julie Burns, Rachael Gladstone and Beth Fioretti with their 
winning smiles. 



We're outta here! 



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TENNIS 




Left to right: Nicole Sebes, Elanit Edry, Kristin Bailey, Stacy Sittard, Shannon Murphy, Lisa Baillargeon, Kristin De Pasquale, Stacy Mac Donald, Terri 
Hilton. 



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9/13 Wellesley 






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9/15 SMU/UNE/Wheaton 






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9/18 Fitchburg 






A 


9/20 Merrimack 






A 


9/22 UMASS-Boston 






A 


9/25 Wentworth 






H 


9/27 BU Club 






A 


9/29 Wesleyan Tournament 






A 


10/2 Gordon 






A 


10/6 Framingham/Regis 






A 


10/11 Brandeis 






H 


10/13 Babson 






H 


10/16 Emmanuel 






A 


10/18 Colby-Sawyer 






H 


10/20 MAIAW 






A 


10/25 Worcester State 






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10/27 W 


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Seniors Katie Blackwell (16), Suzanne Bulson (9), Michelle Baillargeon (2). 



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Katie is not going to miss that one! 



Michelle and teammates keeping their eyes on the ball. 



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Front (L to R): Tracy Dollinger, Elaine Munson, Michelle Baillargeon, Suzanne Bulson, Katie Blackwell Back (L to R): Assistant Coach Nancy Withers, Zoe 
Neves, Pamela Chamorro, Laura Eldridge, Judy Yoon, Doris Chin, Teresa Tat, Tina Giardino, Coach Glen Moen. 




Nice play Teresa! 



Good job! 



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Students prepare for 
finals in all sorts of ways 



Alpha Beta Who's Sistas! At our 
manditory meeting Friday afternoon, all 
pledges must have the hand shake and ice 
j?\(3' ' ce dance down pat. Oh, you flaky 

\vv members better get your dues in (this 

O) means you, Stace and Ti.) See you there 

guys - in rare form, of course. 









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The faculty and administration at 
Simmons College consists of a dedicated 
and knowledgeable group of men an 
women committed to the learning that 
goes on here at Simmons. With a 
relatively small student - teacher ratio, 
more time is devoted to the individual 
student and her particular needs. This 
allows the individual to grow and prosper 
in the learning environment, and give her 
that extra something that will make all the 
difference in her success. 



Dean Charles Mackey 










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Professor Jim Corcoran listens to class discussion. 



Professor Bob White gives out another speeding ticket in 
class. 




Faculty 



To the Class of 1991: 

At your freshman banquet you were challenged by a 
member of the faculty to examine yourself, your goals 
and beliefs; at the Senior-Faculty dinner you were 
congratulated upon your impending graduation and your 
movement on into the world beyond Simmons. How 
much, during those four years did you remain "all the 
same," how much "but different?" 

This year that question is especially important, 
because this year the future of women's colleges has 
been called into question as seldom before. How do we 
help our students to learn and mature? Are we more 
successful with our students than co-educational 
institutions? We believe so, and especially after our all- 
college response to Mills' decision we know that the 
largest number of people associated with Simmons 
believe so. 

But you, finally, are our test. What you do with 
yourself and your life will reflect back on this college 
and help us decide whether we have all chosen the 
correct path. A much greater proportion of women's 
college graduates are to be found in Congress, in Who's 
Who in American Women, on the boards of major 
American corporations than women graduates or co-ed 
schools. What will be your measure of success? To the 
extent that you determine it and reach it, you, too, will 
join that large group of successful graduates of womens' 
colleges and do us proud. 

I wish you well in your quest. William J. Holmes 



Vice President 
Carol A. Leary 






Dean of the College 
Charlotte Morocco 



Dear Members of the Class of 1991, 

It is a pleasure to write you one last letter and to be among the many to 
wish you the best of success with your plans for the future. It seems that 
your time at Simmons has been so short yet in these few years you and the 
College have gone through many exciting times and a tremendous period of 
growth. 

As I think of all the contributions you individually and collectively have 
made to the College, the one that stands out in my mind is your open 
celebration and joy of Simmons as a woman's college. During my tenure 
here we have expressed publicly our pride in the history and mission of the 
College, the quality of our educational programs and our respect for those 
who teach, the expansion and beauty of our physical facilities, and the 
success of our students and alumnae. But until you came along, we 
collectively never seemed to have had the courage to express that same 
enthusiasm for one of the most unique aspects of our educational mission — 
that we are a woman's college. 

This one contribution may well insure the College's future and define its 
curriculum and and co-curriculum for years to come. You have challenged 
us to recognize that we are richer in spirit than we ever acknowledged and 
that our voices have impact of quality on the lives of many people and 
institutions. You have given us a tremendous gift and I for one am grateful. 

As you leave these not so very ivy covered walls, be well and do good 
things. And please remember to look back to be sure that your legacy is 
fulfilling your expectations and dreams. 

My best wishes for a life of love, laughter, and adventure. 
Sincerely, 

Charlotte Morocco 
Dean of the College 



ASSOCIATE DEANS 





Carolyn Holland 



Elizabeth Rawlins 



ACADEMIC DEANS 




Social Sciences/Grad. Studies 
John Robinson 





Bob Gronquist, Alicia Faxon, Robert Oppenheim, Ellen Robidoux, Tom Wallace 






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(front) Jane Lopllato, Richard Nickerson, Karen Talentlno (rear) Sandra Williams, Louis Irwin 




(front) Janie Ward, Kathleen Dunn, Lydia Smith, Susan Bloom, Sarah Nleves-Squires, (rear) Helen Guttentag, Alice Van Deusen Bard 
Hamlen, Elizabeth Fleming, Cathie Mercier 





(front) Donna Hollenberg, Pamela Bromberg, Richard Sterne, Desmond McCarthy, (rear) Charles L'Homme, Doug Perry, Lowry Pel, 
David Gullette, William Manly 




(front) Jenifer Burckett-Picker, Raquel Halty Pfaff, Amalia Pulgarin, Louise Cohen, Beth Willington, (rear) Yasmin Sung, Mary Jane 
Treacy, Susan Keene, Marie McHugh, Raylaine O'Callaghan, Susan Kane, Mary-Ann Stradler-Chester 






Mark Solomon, Christina Harris, Richard Lyman, Susan Porter, John Hunter, Laurie Crumpacker 




(front) Bonnie Betters-Reid, Lynda Moore (rear) Michael Rouse, Marlyn Gillis, Katherine Bevacqua, Lyla 
Collins 



(front) Carol Love, Judy Powell, Lois Schoppee, Pat Piessens, Ann Kittler, (rear) Phyllis Moore, Kathy Miller, 
Doris Hanna, Margaret Jernigan 



Nursing 
Department 






Kathy Peroni-Callahan, Kathleen Sullivan, Rita Beal, Markus Buckley, Walter Steere 



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ADMINISTRATION 



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(front) Julie Kearney, Christina Chase (rear) Deb Curran, Joann Carroll, Moira Smith, Susan Chamandy 




Louise Christian, Jonathan Ehrenworth, Lourdes Rodriguez-Nogues 






(front) Johnetta Wiles, Lisa Mayer, Beth Mattson, (rear) Karen Esser, Judy Tarpgaard, Joan Perlman 




(L to R) Sarah Lualdi, Peggy Loeb, Elizabeth Stevenson, Nancy Santos 





Library Staff 



Registrar's 
Office 



(front) Margaret Shue, Megan Snlffin-Marinoff, Elizabeth Donnelly, Linda Watkins, Tracey Leger-Hornby, (1st) 
Artemis Kirk, Cristina Pope, Jane Nash, Martha Davidson, Cheryl Brigante, Angela Gottardi, Theresa Liedtka, 
Fern Hieb (2nd) Karen Penrod, Eric Hinsdale, Ilze Olmsted, Anne Pardo, Peter Carini, Bernard Colo, Daphne 
Harrington, Mia Callvas, Charlotte Hegyi 



Donna Dolan, Denise Chamberlain, Diane Delaney, Monica Key, 
Philomena Kilkelly, Linda Lepow, Maureen Boyle, (Not Shown) Sue 
Branston 





Supportive Instructional Services 



Klmberly Lamothe, Nina Senatore, Josephine Shaddock, Carolyn Maibor, Helen Moore, Thomas Hurley 



Student Activities 













Christine Galanls, Terri Delahunty, Deb Sheftlc 









Some might argue that colleges are all the 
same in respect to campus activities, but 
here at Simmons, we strive to be just a 
bit different. With the entire city of 
Boston at our fingertips, finding something 
to do should not be a terrible problem at 
Simmons. There is something for 
everyone — from the history buff to the 
art lover, from the sports fan to the 
party goer. There's never a dull moment! 
Ahh — the advantages of city life! 




Star Market is a very familiar landmark for all Simmons 
students. 













Alev Volkar takes in a Red Sox Game. 



A stroll along the Charles River is always a nice way to 
spend the afternoon. 




City Life 



Simmons College is located in the 
best city, so if you're not 
studying, there are plenty of things 
to do. If you're not cheering for 
the Red Sox at Fenway Park, 
you could be shopping at Filenes, 
listening to a street performer at 
Harvard Square or walking to 
MIT for an infamous Fraternity 
party. Eating in Boston can be 
fun if you know the right places 
to go to. If you've already eaten 
pizza at Bos Deli, UNO's, or 
Pizza Romano there's a lot of 
other places to choose from. 
Fanuiel Hall, Kenmore Square or 
Copley Plaza has much to choose 
from along with the numerous 
amount of shops in each Square. 
Of course there's Newbery Street 
for the elite shopper. Comedy 
clubs, discos, food clothing stores 
- the best is here. Simmons is 
located among many other 
schools including Northeastern 
University, Harvard and Boston 
University. But if you need to see 
it all in one sitting, just climb the 
Prudential building and have a 
look. 



BOSTON LIFE 




The corner of Pilgrim and Brookline where 
Simmons residence campus is located. 




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A sign most parents find confusing - which way do I go? 



Harvard Square has a huge newspaper stand where you can find your hometown paper. 




The greatest pizza and more found at Pizzaria UNO in Kenmore Square. 



Catch a Rising Star brings out comedians at their best. 






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An overlook of a Sox game from the bleachers. 




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Filene's - near the common - is a great place to shop. 




An infamous T' sign to find transportation anywhere. 



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Boston Billiards up the street from Simmons - a great place to play pool. 



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A look at the Boston Commons. 



Lost? Just look for the famous Citgo Sign. 



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Melissa Mary: 

On leaving the school that has no male, 

So proudly, you we hail. 

Missy, you did so very well 

That our hearts can only swell. 

Lots of love and pride, 
Mom, Dad, and Courtney 



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Congratulations to Alenor L. Abdal-Khallaq 

Class of 1991 

Honor Student 
President, Black Student Organization 







Nubian Notion, Inc 

41-47 WARREN STREET 
146-148 DUDLEY STREET 

AT DUDLEY SQUARE 

ROXBURY, MA 02119 
(617) 442-2622 




It? (De66ie Winetsfq/: 

Congratulations on your graduation from Simmons College and all of 
your fine accomplishments, c We arc very proud of you andzoish you 
continued success and much happiness in all of your future endeavors. 

We love you! 

Mom and (Dad, 

Jill and Amy 



Dearest Stephanie, 

Congratulations! We are 

so very proud of you. All our 

love for your future happiness 

and success. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 
& Laura 



Dear Georgia, 

Congratulations on your 

graduation day. Good luck in 

your future. God be with you 

always. 

With love, 
Dad & Mom 



With our love 

and congratulations 

Tahira! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



Valerie 




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Congratulations Heather! 

We are very proud of you 

Love... 

Mom, Dad, Felicia, Sharon, Jenna 

Ginger, Persy, Remi, Mo, 

and Shimee 



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President 




1434 West Fairbanks Avenue (407) 629-0062 

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1991 



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Congratulations to our wonderful 
daughter Shelley. We are very 
proud of you and we love you. 

Mom and Dad 



(Dear Christa: 

'We Cove the woman you have become, 

confident, talented, and self -assured. 

*We are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Joanna, 
andMichele 




Dear Lori, J 

We're so very proud of you! 

You're wonderful and 

we love you very much! j 

Love, 

Louise & Dad 



T0 our daughter (and "pat"), 
Maria "Elena Mestre 

and *B est Wishes on this 
special day. 



With all our love, 
^our proud parents 



Congratulations! 

Stephanie 

We are all very proud 

of you. 

Love Mom, Dad, 
Sue, and Ali 



Vanessa: 

your years in college have been a 
worth while experience. 

you've met our highest expectations, 
fill the best in your future endeavors', 
your 'Parents, 
'Walter &Ximena Wright 



Congratulations 

Tracy 

Love Foodee 

& 

Mike 



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Tridents chop til they drop 

Trident 






Dear Anne-Marie, 

Congratulations on putting your world into motion by 
believing in your dreams and in your ability to achieve them, 
by persevering in times of doubt and disappointment, and by 
looking to the future with hope. 

We love you, we are proud of you and we congratulate 
you for a job exceedingly well done. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Artie 



Dear Lynda Ann, 

Wishing you success and good fortune. We will always 
stand beside you in whatever profession you may choose to 
undertake. 

Congratulations! 

Mom & Dad 



To the Class of 1991, 

and 
to our daughter, Mary... 



We salute you for 

your achievements, 

and we wish 

the best for you 

in all that you do. 



Robert and Virginia Nyman 



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Single- Use Foodservice Specialists 



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Absolut KIMBERLY 
Absolut SUCCESS 

Absolut SAURUS 



Love, Dad 



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QoldQatron 

Mr. & Mrs. James L. (Bast 

Mr. & Mrs. festino 

Mr. & Mrs. "Edzuin J/. Qarling 

Mr. & Mrs. ttmdrickson 

Louise & Mr. %gsen 



Matron 

Mr. & Mrs. (Baron 

Cecily & Lester 'Eiddhoch 

Mr. & Mrs. Qeorge Qeorgiadis 

Mr. & Mrs. %gbert <T. Qoyette 

Mr. & Mrs. QrancC6erg 

Mr. & Mrs. Mestre 

Mr. & Mrs. (Sfeaion 




Special Thanks 

to everyone involved in producing 

the 1991 edition of Microcosm. 

Thank you for aii your dedication and 

hard work - it made the job go so 

much smoother and faster! 

Love, 
Venessa 



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was a wild Fantasy Island Weekend. We ate tropical 
fruit, danced on the quad, listened to steel drum music 
in Bartol, and had a night at the movies right on the 
quad! Quadside hosted "One People" and we relaxed 
on Saturday with music from "Wildest Dreams" and 
the "Berklee Jazz Band." 

On Sunday, the 15th Annual Mr. Simmons 
Contest was held to benefit the Somerville Homeless 
Shelter Coalition. Contestants represented The 
Simmons News, Mesick Hall, Arnold Hall, Morse Hall, 
Dix Hall, J. Board, and South Hall. Each demon- 
strated his charade ability, showed his creativity in 
answering questions, revealed his hidden talents, and 
modeled his best summer outfit. And the winner 
is...Mr. Simmons News! 




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The Eighty-Sixth Commencement was a beautiful one to remember. 
The sun was shinning, students were grinning with joy, and parents 
were glowing with pride. Music by the Boston Brass Ensemble filled 
the air and set the atmosphere for the long procession of proud gradu- 
ates. The day's ceremony began with an innvocation by Ernest E. 
Monrad, followed by Marian Edelman's Address, and Sean Gor ham's 
Remarks. Audra Ruth Garling was chosen to represent the Class of 
1991 and the awarding of degrees followed. Congratulations to all! 



Marian Wright Edelman, President and Founder 
of the Children's Defense Fund delivers her 
address and is later awarded Doctor of Human 
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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
all graduates and their families! 



Patrons: 

Frederick W. and 
W. Leontine Grabau 



For Slmy Vail, 

"9ip matter how distant, We'tt always endeavor 
lb sense the futC meaning Of friendship forever." 

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Love, Sue 



To all those who know EPPIE & those who don't: 
the friendships we've made are special to me. I'd 
like to say something profound and lasting, yet no 
words seem to adequately describe my senti- 
ments. Just know I wish you luck and will think 
of you often. Thanks for making it great! 

Love, 
Lisa Nissenbaum 



To "THE SEXY SEVEN", 

May we reign forever! You're always a 

part of my soul. Love, Lee 




Heather Langel, 

Congrats! We've made it through 4 
funfilled, nailbiting, stressful years! 
Go out and celebrate! 

Love ya, 
Stephanie 



Ft. Lauderdale or BUST. Let's Go to the 
Border. Champions. Weekend in Newport. 
Internships - Boston, Dallas, Miami. V-Day 
Balls 2 outa 3 ain't bad. Senioritis. Job? You 
know who you are . We know who you are & 
WE LOVE YOU! L&S 



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Mom & (Dad 



The following are the corrected versions of the 

names that were misspelled in the senior section 

of Microcosm. We apologize to these students 

and to those whose names were misspelled on 

the cover and throughout the Soo((. 



Page 4 
fAknorL. Ahdal-'Khallaq 
Michelle Jfcin 'Baillargeon 

Page 5 
Susan "Bergoudian 

'Page 6 
Petrula C. P>letsis 

Page 7 

9{pByn Blomquist 

Suzanne 'Emily (Button 

PageS 

Tammy Cariglia 

Trancesca Castagnoli 

PageS 

Cora Cronin 

EotaynDcdy 

Michele 'Davis 

Page 10 
J(arina M. 'Dickinson 
'Erin Michelle Duffy 

Page 15 

Michelle Qrandherg 

Dorathea Qrant 

Ann Qriffith 

1{eBecca CKadelman 

Page 16 
JQmBerley Ho Jones 

Page 17 
Anita OQrmani 



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'Kristin Kuzminskas 

Page 19 
"Katharine Larson 

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Maria Mestre 

'Page 22 
Chikakp Miyata 

Page 23 

Sharen 0\tnan 

Lisa Tacheco 

Page 31 

Xatfdeen Anne Touhey 

AmyVad 

Page 33 
Madeline Lee PampeC 

*Names were corrected based on an official list 
of graduating seniors obtained from the Registrar. 



'We also apologize to 'Michelle QrandBerg and her 

family for incorrectly labeling her senior photograph 

in the 1991 'Microcosm. 




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